Ealing Labour have been elected to a historic fourth term in office with a landslide victory of 59 seats.
The Labour Group, which remains the largest party in Ealing Council, has retained all of its seats in existing wards and has gained a new seat in Northfield ward.
Councillor Peter Mason, Leader of Ealing Council, said: “We said we would be an open, inclusive and transparent party, and this is what Ealing Labour will continue to deliver. We are both humbled and elated to be re-elected to a historic fourth term with an increased majority. We remain hopeful and energetic to change our borough for the better with the faith and confidence that the people of our incredible borough have given us”
With the overwhelming support of voters across Ealing’s seven towns, we will now begin work on our manifesto pledges: to recover from the pandemic, tackle the cost of living crisis, fight crime and anti-social behaviour, build genuinely affordable homes, re-grow, re-wild and recycle and fix social care. And we will always be on your side.